INSB services aim to identify and manage potential risks to achieve safety and regulatory compliance through out vessels operating lifecycle.
We are entrusted and act on behalf of an extended number of delegating Flag States for conducting both onshore and onboard independent assessments to achieve compliance certification in line with marine Management Systems and Codes.
The “Maritime Labour Convention, 2006” (MLC 2006) of the International Labour Organization (ILO) will governs the working and living conditions on-board a ship for more than 1.4 million seafarers worldwide. It defines requirements concerning occupational health and safety, fair employment contract conditions, adequate accommodations as well as access to medical care, health care and social security. Inspection and certification under the Convention are applicable to ships of 500 GT or more engaged in international voyages.
ISPS Code (International Ship and Port Facility Security Code)
Following on from the terrorism events on 11 September 2001, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) agreed to develop security measures applicable to ships and port facilities. These security measures have been included as amendments to the Safety of Life at Sea Convention, 1974 -SOLAS Convention- Chapter XI–2. The ISPS code is associated with this new chapter. Part A of the Code is mandatory and Part B recommendatory.